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Played for both Carlisle + Rotherham

The following is a list of post-war players to play for both Carlisle United and Rotherham United, who face each other on Saturday at Brunton Park.
Plus the career history of one of the players.

Andy Barnsley
David Bass
James Blain
Robert Bowman
Darren Carr
Adrian Clarke
Tony Cullen
David Currie
Julian Darby
Bob Delgado
Steve Derrett
Peter Duffield
Andy Flounders
John Hunter
Stephane Lemarchand
Hugh Mcilmoyle
Bobby Mitchell
Neil Moore
Kelham O,Hanlon
Gordon Owen
John Pearson
Paul Pettinger
Tony Philliskirk
Paul Raven
Rob Scott
Brian Tiler
Richard Tracey
Will Varty

Featured Player
................

KELHAM GERARD O'HANLON
Born: Saltburn, 16 May, 1962
Career:
Middlesbrough 5/80;
Rotherham United 8/85;
Carlisle United 8/91;
Preston North End 7/93;
Dundee United 9/94;
Preston North End 9/96
A goalkeeper with well over 400 league appearances to his credit, Kelham started his career as an apprentice at Middlesbrough but it was his move to Rotherham that led to the majority of his games, just short of the 250 mark. He was an ever present in his first season when he made himself a favourite with the Millmoor crowd thanks to his tremendous shot saving ability. Then he was rarely out of action for the next few seasons with another ever present record in 1988/89 as the Millers won the Division Four championship.
He then went on to give excellent service to Carlisle United and Preston North End before moving north of the border with a stint at Dundee United. Kelham then returned to Deepdale and after hanging up his gloves, he turned his attentions to coaching. Gained international recognition at U21 and full level for the Republic of Ireland. Subsequently became assistant manager at Preston and had one brief spell in charge.
1985/86: League apps 46 Cup apps 9
1986/87: League apps 40 Cup apps 7
1987/88: League apps 40 Cup apps 12
1988/89: League apps 46 Cup apps 9
1989/90: League apps 43 Cup apps 11
1990/91: League apps 33 Cup apps 8

Total Millers Record
248 League apps 56 Cup apps

Total career league appearences 484





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Writer:  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 31 2006

Time: 3:26PM

Your Comments

kelham was a good keeper in his time at millmoor he was also one of the loudest if not the loudest keeper's we have had
mvmiller
"GET EM OUT, GET EM OUT" That's all you ever heard him shout.....lol
zipadeedoodah
I still miss Rob Scott, sob, sob!
rybel_b
another very good article that is both interesting and informative.... a great read.........
ernshaw
 

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